National Director, GlobeChangers
New York, NY
Elizabeth is the National Director for the GlobeChangers Program at the Jefferson Awards Foundation where she is responsible for the program’s vision, strategy, and execution. Before joining JAF, Elizabeth was a consultant with the NYC Department of Education in the Office of Post-Secondary Readiness where she focused on supporting 2014 P-Tech Principal Fellows in their innovative school design and development of their public schools. Prior to that, she served as a Senior Program Manager for iMentor, a national mentoring program supporting first generation college students to and through college and pursue their ambitions. She has also worked in Uruguay, Chile, and Spain, served as a co-organizer for the Trinity College International Hip-Hop Festival, and worked at Amnesty International developing and authoring human rights curricula within their international Human Rights Education Program. Elizabeth holds a BA from Trinity College in and is an alumnus of the Robert F. Wagner New York University Fellowship for Emerging Leaders in Public Service. A proud Mainer, Elizabeth believes in making the world a more just, equitable, and beautiful place through her passions in travel, community organizing, social justice, youth development, and love of all things chocolate.